The family of the late Hon Prince Sunday Krokonghan Feke on Tuesday held a service of songs for the deceased.
The funeral took place at his residence in Warri, Delta State.
Feke hails from Ayakoromo Town of Burutu Local Government Area, Delta State.
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The chairman and chief executive officer of DABSTIC Dredging and Construction Limited died at age sixty after a brief illness on December 30, 2022.
Also a politician and member of the Advisory Committee of Burutu LGA Peoples Democratic Party Campaign Council, Feke left behind a wife and six children.
Giving his testimonial, Eng Felix Braboke, SA to the executive director of DESOPADEC, described the deceased as a sincere man.
“I met Feke in 2020 when DESOPADEC awarded him a jetty contract. From that very day, I saw sincerity and passion in him. When the Jetty later had a defect while I was away, he called and I assembled our engineers to fix it. Since then the Jetty in Obotebe 1 became one of the best Jetties in the riverain area.”
Rt Hon Frank Enokoroghan, Former Speaker and Member House of Representatives, during his testimonial, called the deceased a reliable man.
“Sunday Feke is a reliable man. We are gathered here because of his hospitality and good lifestyle. Sunday Feke left a legacy worthy of remembrance.”
Also, Mr Ekaga, a landlord and neigbour to the Feke described the deceased as a peaceful man.
“Feke is a nice and easygoing person. He has contributed properly to the estate growth.”
Other notable dignitaries present were Hon Chief Ekisah, vice chairman of Burutu LGA Council; Hon Sunny Perekeme, Secretary Burutu LGA Council; Chief Hon James Niyekete, SSA to Delta State Governor; Hon Paul Kurugpe member Delta State SUBEB; Comr Mike Edoukumo, Political Adviser Burutu LGA; Mrs Unice Ngozi, member Delta State Post Primary Education; Hon Godwin Edumoberen; Engeener Jerimihan, Assistant Director, NDDC Delta State; Chief Peres Oloye, Candidate PDP, Burutu Constituency 2; Kofi Ebisine, SSA to Delta State Governor; Hon Chief Dan Yingi, amongst others.
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